Articulations Between Federal Regional Archeological Programs and State Archeological Planning
Author(s): Francis McManamon
Federal agencies with regional archeological programs can benefit from state historic preservation office archeological planning. Regional archeological programs also can contribute to state-level planning. Devising commonly acceptable site assessment methods; testing and determiniation of effective site discovery and evaluation methods and techniques; and, collaboration on site significance criteria and values are three ways in which regional and state level programs can benefit mutually from coordinating their activities.
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Articulations Between Federal Regional Archeological Programs and State Archeological Planning. Francis McManamon. Proceedings of the American Society for Conservation Archaeology. 7: 26-29. 1981 ( tDAR id: 3263) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8XW4HVT
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